I would say tinwork is generally something you just have to make fit. A few years back I brought an original Major bonnet at auction; with no damage other than rust, to replace the battered one that came with the tractor. When I fitted it didn’t sit flush with the nose cone at all which was also original. I have also had experience with buying ‘new’ panels from suppliers advertising in the UK tractor magazines including agriline and I too have had to make small modifications to get all the parts to fit properly. Isnt that part of the fun of restoring a tractor?
I agree with Mike that most dealers will be happy to help you if you ask politely, just the other week I had some gauges from agriline and found one of them to have the glass cracked, they sent me a replacement that arrived the next day , and the guys on the end of the phone are very helpful, polite and knowledgeable, a lot better customer service than any high street store !
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